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The first rule of the cooking club is that you never, ever talk about the cooking club. And the second rule of the cooking club is ... well, you get the point. Sexy Brad Pitt might reunite with director David Fincher, whom the actor worked with in "Seven" and "Fight Club," to do a film called "Seared." According to Daily Variety, the film is a loose reworking of chef Anthony Bourdain's "Kitchen Confidential," which centers on the career of a New York celebrity chef. 'DEATH' TRAP: Variety says th
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